Impact of New Technologies on Student Competencies in Higher Education


  • Miriam Paulina Peñafiel Rodríguez Universidad Nacional de Chimborazo.
  • Fernando Patricio Peñafiel Rodríguez Universidad Nacional de Chimborazo,
  • Maria Belén Piñas Morales Universidad Nacional de Chimborazo
  • Miguel Angel Avalos Perez Escuela Superior Politécnica de Chimborazo


ICT, Student Competencies, Higher Education, Vocational Training.


A systematic review was carried out on the production and publication of research papers related to the study of ICT, Student Competencies, Higher Education and Vocational Training under the PRISMA (Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic reviews and Meta-Analyses) approach. The purpose of the analysis proposed in this document was to know the main characteristics of the publications registered in the Scopus and Wos databases during the study and their scope in the study of the proposed variables, achieving the identification of 28 publications in total. Thanks to this first identification, it was possible to refine the results through the keywords entered in the search button of both platforms, which were ICT, STUDENT SKILLS, HIGHER EDUCATION, VOCATIONAL reaching a total of 16 documents, excluding duplicates and those that did not meet the analysis criteria. The identified scientific publications were analyzed in the hope of knowing the main characteristics within the execution of research projects related to the study of education based on the implementation of technological tools and the development of students' competencies in terms of their training through the use of ICT in vocational training. In this way, it is expected to know the impact generated by the research and publication of research papers focused on the measurement of academic performance and the strengthening of digital skills in higher education students. 




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Miriam Paulina Peñafiel Rodríguez, Fernando Patricio Peñafiel Rodríguez, Maria Belén Piñas Morales, & Miguel Angel Avalos Perez. (2024). Impact of New Technologies on Student Competencies in Higher Education. Kurdish Studies, 12(2), 1699–1708. Retrieved from

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